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Star stamps,

Heady tramps,

Heavy heaving tambourine.

Grey damps,

Glassy lamps,

Rhinestone-covered limousine.

White rayon,

Black crayon,

Stir-the-cauldron-slow machine.

Star stamps,

Dancing tramps,

Glossy as a magazine,

Glassy as a magazine,

Classy as a magazine,

Clueless as a limousine.

 

Ruthless as a tambourine.

 

Stars stamps the heady tramps,

Heave the heavy tambourine.

In the grey damps, the glassy lamps

Are crushed beneath the limousine.

Black crayon on white rayon

Fouls up the slow machine,

The stars dance over stamping tramps,

Glossy as a magazine,

Glassy as a magazine,

Classy as a magazine,

Clueless as a limousine.

 

Ruthless as the tambourine.

 

Tambourine stamps the heavy tramps,

Heaves the stars into the night.

Limousine rolls over glassy lamps

At dawn along the foggy bight.

Slow machine rolls o’er itself

Coughing up the blackened rayon

Heady tramps beat tambourine

Who curses this injustice upon

His glossy as a magazine,

Glassy as a magazine,

Classy as a tambourine,

Clueless as the tambourine,

 

Careless is the limousine.

 

Tramps stamp

Grey dampens

All within the sorry scene.

Stars are made of tambourine.